# How do you find the slope and y intercept for y=3x+2?

The slope is $3$ and the $y \text{-intercept is } 2$
The slope is the number that multiplies $x$ in the function: $y = m x + n$, $m$ is the slope. In this case, the slope is $3$.
The y-intercept is the point in the graph where the line crosses the y axis. This cross happens when $x = 0$. In this case, y=3⋅0+2=2. So, the y-intercept is $2$